Visit Westminster Abbey for Free - Save £18!
London Pass Benefits:
Free entry to Westminster Abbey with a London Pass
Normal Ticket Price: Adult: £18.00 Child: £8.00
Show your Pass at this attraction to get Fast Track Entry!
Just a short walk from the Thames, Westminster Abbey is a must-see and significant structure in British history. This beautiful gothic church is a UNESCO World Heritage Site popular with many visitors to London.
Kings, Queens, statesmen, aristocrats, poets, priests, heroes and villains are all part of the church’s fascinating history. Many of whom were buried at the Abbey including Charles Dickens, Geoffrey Chaucer, Dr. Samuel Johnson and Charles Darwin. There is a special Scientists corners at the church which is home to a memorial for Isaac Newton.
Show your London Pass for Fast Track Entry into Westminster Abbey. Just head to the door beside the main entrance where a member of staff will help you skip the lines.
Since the crowning of William the Conqueror in 1066, Westminster Abbey has been the nation’s Coronation church. Many Kings and Queens, including the current reigning Queen Elizabeth II, have been crowned on King Edward’s Chair.
The Abbey has also seen many Royal Weddings and Funerals through the years, in 2011 it was the venue for the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton.
On top of all this rich history, Westminster Abbey London is a truly stunning building and the exterior offers visitors plenty of photo opportunities. Highlights of this grand building include a statue of the Virgin Mary holding a baby Jesus, the Nave with the grave of the unknown warrior and the Little Cloister leading the College Gardens.
With a London Pass you don't need tickets for Westminster Abbey, you could visit this top attraction for free - a saving of £18.00. This also includes a free audio guide tour!
Closures: 3rd, 5th, 10th & 13th March
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MAKES THE WHOLE TRIP EASIER
Not only do you have your admission card in hand, but you have an excellent guide to London and its environs. Approaching long lines, you can usually go right to the front at an attraction. Not only that, but because you have your admission, you'll find yourself visiting wonderful attractions that you might not otherwise have ventured to find.
John Schultz from USA
|Monday||09.30 - 16.30|
|Tuesday||09.30 - 16.30|
|Wednesday||09.30 - 16.30|
|Thursday||09.30 - 16.30|
|Friday||09.30 - 16.30|
|Saturday||09.30 - 14.30|
|Last Admission: 1 hour before Closing|
Closed: Sunday, 24th to 25th December, Good Friday and during ceremonial events.
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Westminster Abbey, London SW1P 3PA
020 7222 5152